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View of Houses in Delft, Known as…

Johannes Vermeer, c. 1658, painting, SK-A-2860

An unusual painting in Vermeer’s oeuvre: a few houses and a couple of people in a quiet street. Vermeer gave the scene a palpable sense of tension and balance. The old walls, worn bricks and white plaster are almost tangible. What part of Delft this shows is no longer known.

On display in Gallery of Honour

River Landscape with Riders

Aelbert Cuyp, c. 1653 - 1657, painting, SK-A-4118

Travellers are resting their horses in a sun-soaked river landscape. To judge from their orange shawls, they seem to be Dutch army officers. Cuyp saw these steep hills when he travelled along the River Rhine between Nijmegen and Cleves. It was probably the sketches he drew there that formed the…

On display in Gallery of Honour

The Raampoortje in Amsterdam

Wouter Johannes van Troostwijk, 1809, painting, SK-C-1535

On display in room 1.14

View of The Hague

Cornelis Springer, c. 1850 - c. 1852, painting, SK-A-4875

Fishing Pinks in Breaking Waves

Hendrik Willem Mesdag, c. 1875 - c. 1885, painting, SK-A-2670

On display in room 1.18

The Newa at St Petersburg…

Theodor Hildebrandt, 1844, painting, SK-C-304

The Edge of a City

George Hendrik Breitner, 1880 - 1923, painting, SK-A-3561

Allegory of Charity

Gerard de Lairesse, 1675 - 1683, painting, SK-A-4175

De Koepoort te Delft

Petrus Gerardus Vertin, 1850 - 1892, painting, SK-A-1562

Four Putti with Grapes

anonymous, c. 1725 - c. 1774, painting, SK-A-2687